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Err France While driving in the Le Mans 24-hour race, Peter Dumbreck became airborne at 185 mph and somersaulted five times before crashing into trees alongside the track. Dumbreck was not injured, but his car had to be put down.
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July 05, 1999

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Err France
While driving in the Le Mans 24-hour race, Peter Dumbreck became airborne at 185 mph and somersaulted five times before crashing into trees alongside the track. Dumbreck was not injured, but his car had to be put down.

Splashy Entrance
Despite this stumble, Tonya Dodge finished fourth in the steeplechase finals at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., last Thursday.

Bell's Hell
Barcelona Dragons defensive back Ricky Bell fails to break up Frankfurt Galaxy receiver Andy McCullough's fourth-quarter touchdown catch—his third of the game—in the World Bowl in D�sseldorf on Sunday, which the Galaxy won 38-24.

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